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people were working hard to make sure everything went back. but again, technology's complicated. these issues will happen, unfortunately, but what we have here is a resolution in terms of controls. and i think that's something probably that nasdaq and the regulators have to work on to avoid things like this happening not only in exchanges like nasdaq, but also in trading firms like in the case of knight capital. ashley: but, look, to err is human, to really screw up it takes a computer, and when you have all of this information all coming in very complex systems, part of the problem was the nasdaq couldn't push the old reboot, reset button because it was so interconnected with all the other exchanges. is this something we have to live with? >> no, we have to definitely review the technology. nasdaq has been in the electronic trading for 40 years, so obviously, i'm really surprised that the data feed was something that could be going wrong today. maybe it was a software glitch, maybe the data was corrupted, we don't know yet what happened really, and i think there's going to be t
of the line drug distributor. david: and technology, what do you think of that sector in general? >> we'll see something out of apple over the next couple weeks. we'll see what kind of products they are bringing out. david: what do you think it will be? >> we think it is clear a 5s, a cheaper phone. david: won't be a game-changer oror new product entirely no. >> no. i think that will be in the iphone 6. we want to look what happens in china, whether they have a china mobile phone. david: because you're looking at apple you have a stock that relates closely to apple, ttm technologys. >> they do manufacturing of the printed circuit boards that go into a lot of phones. we're seeing hiring at their fa facilities and that is a good indication something is coming. david: "wall street journal" how to look for stocks. tim are you looking at european stocks at all? >> you know, we've been looking how they have been responding i guess given the better economic data but let's not forget there is a big german election coming up. perhaps this isn't surprising coming into the german selections. given what i
had to leave ungraciously after the problems with mapping. he understands cool technology. he obviously has engineering background. any chance you could see his name over there. >> there are any number of names, adam. there have been a lot bandied b the stock price is not so much indictment of ballmer as it is validation and goodwill and value of that franchise, brand name, the enterprise value. if they figure out how to cobble important parts on to the enterprise value, for example, whether it is social media or some sort of entertainment platform that can relate to the enterprise they have got a real go ahead mine there. the question is who is best to exploit it? there are a lots of good names. bill gates will have his hand who the final one is chosen. liz: we had in the last hour these names thrown out, tony bates of skype, mark hurd of oracle and, from google. all those names might be considered. >> absolutely. liz: mark sebastian, we look forward traditionally one of the slowest weeks, what do you think happens? we know volume will be slow but that just means swings can b
tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. david: a little bit of bearish news on the housing front. mortgage applications falling for the third straight week. the number fell 2.5% this week from last week as a result of the 30-year fixed mortgage rate hitting a two-year high at 4.58%. that is a full percentage point higher than what it was in may. so is the housing recovery a recent bright spot in our economy beginning to slow down a little? cheryl: joining us now in first on fox business interview is ara hovnanian, ceo of hovnanian enterprises. you were preparing for this. you and i spoke on the "countdown to the closing bell." you knew there would be a built after downtick for applications. how are you weathering things right now? >> i think we're weathering fine. we have a great bac
cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. cheryl: most of the market in the red today. let's go back to lauren simonetti on the floor of the new york stock exchange. lauren: excited about this one because i can finally talk about it ending. let's show you goodyear tire. the company said the new four-year contract with the steelworkers union gave them the ability to freeze the benefit pension plan and move to contribution plan. the reason the market is rallying is because it gives flex ability to do a couple of things. to reduce staffing and also to reduce earnings paid out under the profit share plan. being interpreted as a good thing. david: s&p futures are just about closing. look at who is here, sandra smith on the left. what is the market telling you about tomorrow? will people be buying into this dip? sandra: we are seeing investors in general
've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. david: time to go "off the desk." steve ballmer unexpectedly announced his retirement last friday and the guessing game who will replace him is in full swing. a british bookmaker allows you to make paid bets who will be ceo. tim cook, apple ceo, 100 to 1 odds. jack dorsey, twitter founder 40 to 1 odds, are pretty good. a former microsoft executive, he is in the lead with 5 to 1 spot. he has presided over 62% decline in market value. >> ron johnson is available. david: i don't think so. >> also "off the desk", a japanese tv game show notorious for the pranks, scared the life out of a japanese office worker having a man dressed in a dinosaur suit chase him around his office. terrified man, stumbling several times along the way as you're about to see. of the wait for it. doesn't really tried to escape. fai
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